By James Davis, Editor, HR Daily Advisor May 29, 2020 Faces of HR Employee engagement was a major conversation before the coronavirus, and it’s still important. I recently spoke with an HR professional who has done everything she can to help maintain a healthy workplace culture and keep employee engagement high while we all work from home.
Fear of contracting Covid-19 pushed shoppers to the web, but most still prefer to pick out their own steaks and bananas.
One chart shows the astonishing growth in online grocery shopping over 9 weeks as the pandemic set in
US shoppers are buying more groceries online than ever before.
Walmart Inc. jumped on Tuesday after reporting coronavirus-related stockpiling led to a surge in quarterly sales, underscoring the company’s strong position amid widespread carnage in the U.S. retail sector.
Apparel prices plunged nearly 12% in April, the largest April price drop in five years, driving discounts to levels usually seen around the holidays, according to the Adobe Digital Economy Index.
So what did Americans do during the lockdown?
Shopping has changed greatly in the first four months of 2020. Concerns over the spread of COVID-19 led to a surge in buying toilet paper, hand sanitizers, and paper towels like it was the apocalypse. After several weeks of sheltering, as men’s hair started to get unruly and women’s roots started to show through, people […]
US mobile carriers are continuing to roll out 5G, and Americans are buying more 5G phones even as they aren’t leaving their homes.
PC MAG May 1, 2020 Samsung’s Galaxy S20 has made 5G a significant force in US phones, but that’s in the context of an overall sales crash during the COVID crisis. By Sascha Segan About one in five phones sold in the US in mid-April can run on 5G networks, a huge percentage jump up because of the […]